The United Auto Workers union has picked General Motors Corp. to take the lead in current contract negations with the Big Three, as well as serving as the union’s initial strike target should talks fail. The current 4-year labor agreement is set to expire tonight at 11:59 p.m. Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC reportedly have agreements to extend their contracts while negotiations continue. In an email to local union leaders yesterday, UAW Vice President Cal Rapson said GM was the strike ...

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